The U.S. military is trying to make its uniforms more affordable for the growing middle class.
The military has started making more than 70% of its uniforms in one year.
That is up from 20% in 2016.
The Air Force, which uses the uniforms in its air force, has the lowest cost of production in the country, according to a study from The Associated Press.
It is currently testing out a new uniform, which is expected to go on sale in 2018.
The AP’s research found that the Air Force is looking to lower the cost of uniforms.
The service, which has a workforce of more than 4 million people, has long struggled with uniform costs, but the military’s uniforms were cheaper in 2016 than in 2015, according, to the AP.
The cost of an Army uniform went from $3.69 to $2.69 per pair, while the cost for a Marine uniform went down to $1.89 per pair.
The lowest cost in the service was the Air National Guard, which cost $3 per pair of uniforms in 2016, according the AP report.